Daily Bulletin | Wednesday
Spirit Week Continues Tomorrow! Thursday will be Class Theme Day. Please remember that full face masks are not acceptable, but face make up is ok! Friday will be a Green and White Variety Day, which means you can dress down, but must be wearing green and white, too!
Tomorrow at 8am you will receive an e-mail ballot for the Spirit Squad. The Top 6 will not only ride in convertibles during the parade, but they will be honored as a Spirit Influencer, Spirit Meister, or one of the Top Toppers.
Attention Academy Community: Get your tickets in advance of the 116th playing of “The Game.” The SJA-LI football game is a ticketed event for all in attendance, $5 for adults, $3 for students. While you can pay for entry at the gate on Saturday, buying your ticket in advance will save you from standing in line. Tickets are still available for sale in the Field House.
Got the Spirit?!? Yeah? Well then get your spirit pompoms today to help celebrate! The cheerleaders will be selling spirit pompoms for $1.00 each today through Friday.
Calling all Sophomores, Friday night frights and the Class of 2024 float is rolling after another great creation session yesterday. Come to the Streeter Truck Shop Lower level of Streeter Hall today after school to join in the fun. We need many hands-on-deck from 3:30 until 5 to deliver a frightfully awesome float. Bring a friend and your creative building and dancing skills to deliver some frightening thrills down Main Street. See you today at 3:30 in the Truck Shop.
Greetings Class of 2023! Let’s get ready to “Scare-ify LI” while we dance our way down main street. Bring a friend and come help make our fantastic float a surreal reality! Join us in Morse 202 (The art building!) today and on the loading dock as we take our Monster concept and make it a reality from 3:30-5:30 pm. Be there and don’t be scared!
Attention 9th Graders: I wish you ALL could have been there for yesterday’s fabulous freshman float design and construction session. Bandsaws buzzed, tarps were taped, and frosh photos were finally figured out. Join us in the truck shop this afternoon for some princely painting and other stuff! Bring your royal selves (and a courtly friend) to the truck shop this afternoon at 3:30. Come for the float; stay for the folks.
Hey, seniors! Come see the progress we made yesterday on our Spirit Week float. It’s comin’ together so well we’re grinnin’ like a weasel in a hen house. Help us make it even better at 3:30 this afternoon in the truck shop. We got ourselves a real ace in the hole this time around.
Crime Stoppers is asking for your help in putting an end to some senseless acts of unauthorized taking of abundant and cheap products throughout the Northeast Kingdom. Whether these are acts of deviants, confused individuals, or well-organized actions of a Cardboardian Syndicate, your help is needed. If you see cardboard or have taken it yourself, please do the right thing and bring it to the trailer on Brantview Drive to be burned in the Bonfire, no questions asked. Remember…Crime Stoppers wants your cardboard, not your name.
Attention International Students wanting to take the November 13th TOEFL – The registration deadline is October 28. Email Mrs. McCaffrey at firstname.lastname@example.org to register and with any questions.
Calling all College Bound Hilltoppers! The following colleges have a virtual visit today: White Mountain Community College at 9:30am in the Guidance Office; University of New Haven at 10am in R108; Simmons University at 10:30am in R108; Stonehill College at 11:30am in R112; University of Chicago at 1:30pm at R115; The New School at 2pm via Zoom. Be sure to sign up for their visits on Naviance and to view all details. If you are scheduled to be in class during the time of the visit, please check in with your teacher before coming to the college visit. You are also required to return to class after the completion of the visit, attendance is turned into the Main Office.
The following colleges will have visits tomorrow: Fisher College, Champlain College, Florida Institute of Technology, Rutgers University – New Brunswick, Hult International School of Business. Be sure to visit Naviance to sign up for all college visits.
Attention to the Writers’ Block crew: we will meet in Ranger 110 as usual at 3:30 on Thursday and have an outdoor writing session in the park. Bring your layers and hoodies and notebooks. You can also help carve pumpkins for the sophomore float, if you prefer, and write some scary Halloween stories. See you there!
The Gender and Sexuality Union will not be meeting today. See you next week!
Interested in job opportunities in Vermont? Check in with Mr. Carr via email at email@example.com for more information on the virtual Vermont Job Fairs.
The Breathing Room will not meet today. We will reconvene next Wednesday in NH 10.
Badminton Club is cancelled today. Badminton players, help your class with float/Spirit Week preparations today and see you next week!
Happy Birthday today to Eric Meakem, Gage Hayden, and Eugene Danis!
Varsity Girls Soccer lost to Burlington, 3-1.
Varsity Volleyball beat Lyndon Institute, 3-0, and the JV team beat Lyndon, 2-0!
JV-A/VARSITY BOYS SOCCER @ BURLINGTON 4:00/6:00, please release the JV team at 12:30 and Varsity at 2:30
JV/VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY @ U-32 4:00/5:15, please release the teams at 1:45
JV/VARSITY VOLLEYBALL vs. BURLINGTON 4:30/6:00
VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER vs. COLCHESTER 6:30